The DBA program is designed to serve this need by providing doctoral-level education to
professional practitioners in business and management.
Upon completion of the DBA program, well-defined students are ready to enter the international
the business world and successful employment, publications of scholarly papers, professional research
and teaching at institutes and Universities.
Doctoral program outcomes
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge and competence in the latest academic theories, concepts, technology-enabled opportunities, financially justified analysis, research operations and market-based economy in a global field of business administration,
- Demonstrate integration from business and non-business disciplines to generate novel ideas, strategies, and practical approaches to address business issues faced by senior leadership in organizations,
- Demonstrate effective research skills including the formulation of the research problem; integration of previous publications into an appropriate literature review; design of a research study; data analysis; ability to summarize and present the results,
- Generate, evaluate, and assess the ethical obligations and responsibilities of business for the purpose of responsible management,
- Demonstrate an ability to address complex industry challenges using the frameworks of industry rules and regulations that build prescriptive conclusions and real-world experience and knowledge.
The dissertation is the final scholarly product of the program. This document must complete the proposed research study, presenting detailed results and analyses. The dissertation must present a careful synthesis and evaluation of the work done and the findings obtained. All claims must be warranted, and limitations admitted. Suggestions for future research in the field that builds on instant research are required to demonstrate the fruitfulness of this research.
The capstone project outcomes are:
Concept paper – Demonstration of students’ ability to articulate a research study.
Quality review methods – Demonstration of students’ ability to conduct a review of the alignment of methods, design, and question in the dissertation study.
Defense – Demonstration of students’ ability to present and defend their research and findings.
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